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Mar 18, 2011 6:00pm EDT
extraordinary. and because of the situation in japan, because of the collapse of the infrastructure in japan and the incredible post-tsunami effects on the nuclear plants along the japanese coast. this terrible catastrophe. we're going to talk about it, what could have been, whast, et cetera. linda, what do you think the administration has been on this? >> i think the administration has been doing what it can to contain the catastrophe as much as it can. speaking about communicating, well that's a different story. you know it's quite interesting that the president has visited the japanese embassy, but the messaging i think has been a little bit passive. could we say that? >> he lacks the feel your pain. >> i think that's a perfect description, yes. >> he also lacks reassurance of americans. we have 104 operating reactors here doing beautiful work. but he hasn't really made us feel good about them. >> right. >> more frightened of them. >> response has been quite muted. joe, as a journalist and someone who's been talking about this, i know day after day in your three hours that you do every da
Mar 25, 2011 6:00pm EDT
of work, journalism. we have had this monumental situation in japan, this terrible disaster. before that, we had the riots in the middle east. wars here and there. and very brave journalists go to these, not just those you see in front of cameras, but those who write to those who carried the cameras, those to get the film out. and they get very little recognition, except they do get a lot of criticism. it is always the need of political circles that they have agendas. you know what? you do have an agenda in those situations. it is to get the story and to stay alive. that is the agenda. so when you're arguing about what happened in a japan, arguing about what happened in tunis or libya, remember, the only reason you know anything about it is that some despised but very brave and journalists, men and women, cameramen, raiders, and correspondennts went there to find out for you. i will be back with a very interesting program about, believe it or not, the future of broadcasting. >> "white house chronicle" is produced in collaboration with whut howard university television. >> and now the pro
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